Guangdong Hotel Shenzhen
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... away they are orphans. Being where she has lived for the last 10 years, helps us better understand what she has gone through. It is great that she was allowed to go to school, but also sad as all the moms were standing out in front of the school waiting to pick up their children for lunch and Mia never had a mom waiting for her. We are very excited that this is going to be a change for her. I can tell that she is ...
... mall. Pretty boring... All of the usual upscale shops... The Louis Vuittons, Hermes, blah blah blah. Our guide book suggested we check out the nearby Wai Fung little area of restaurants, but weren't impressed, so we walked down a block and hopped onto the historic double decker streetcar, heading westward. This took us into the Sheung Wan area which turned out to be the first good taste of the authentic old Hong Kong, with narrow streets and lanes, old crowded shops and market ...
... I decided I won't loose anything if we take a cab. It was a win-win situation here. So totally advising on taking a cab( must share) instead of a tram. Saving time and money. On the way back we were passing Central. And here I got really surprised. Maids in here ( mainly from Philippines) are working 6 days a week and living at the place of work with the family they are working for. So every Sunday, when they have a day off they do so called ''picnics'' in ...
... Hong Kong we managed to see. Shanti houses rested on stilts in the water as we bobbed by in a speedboat in search of pink dolphins. The markets in this area were extremely unique and most boasted pearl necklaces and bracelets for sale. Haggling here was a must and quite enjoyable! There was lots of dried fish for sale which gave the alleyways and market stalls a less than fresh aroma, the locals here really were not fans of their ...
... is Jackie Chan. The people and atmosphere is noticeably different than on the mainland. This is definitely not the same as China. The Cantonese influence and obviously previous English rule seems to have plays a huge part, resulting in more refined people. On our last day we race up to Victoria Peak on HK island to get a windy but classic birds eye view over the harbour. Then it's off to the train station for another overnighter to the next destination. There's ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center